Student Resources - Westminster College - Fulton, Missouri 

Student Resources At-a-Glance 

Tomnitz Family Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)

The Tomnitz Family Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) offers academic support to students through a variety of programs, including the Learning Disabilities Program, the Academic Enrichment Program, the Peer Tutoring Program, and the College Transition Program. The LOC’s professional academic staff also offer supplemental courses designed to encourage and support academic success in the Humanities, Natural and Mathematical Sciences, and Social Sciences. 

Policy & Procedure

Westminster students are expected to be familiar with Academic Policy of the college and knowledgeable about the General Education Requirements for their major.  Academic Advisors will assist students in course scheduling and planning but of course, the final responsibility for the successful completion of all graduation requirements rests with the student.

Academic Advising

Academic advisors assist students in course scheduling and planning and in determining co-curricular experiences that match the student's interests and career goals. Of course, the final responsibility for course scheduling, program planning, and the successful completion of all graduation requirements rests with the student.

Reeves Library

The mission of Reeves Library is to enhance students' ability to learn, the faculty's ability to teach and engage in scholarly activities, and Westminster's ability to function as a community of learners.

Registrar's Office

The Registrar's Office maintains the permanent academic records of all students.

Reserve Officer Training Corps

Westminster students may enroll in a four-year  Army and Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC)
program at the University of Missouri-Columbia

Westminster Seminar

All entering freshmen participate in the College's distinctive Freshman Experience which features New Student Days as well as a Westminster Seminar which continues throughout the semester.


Westminster College offers a centralized Internship Program through the Center for Career Development that encourages students to take advantage of experiential learning opportunities on and off campus.  Internships allow students to earn academic credit while undertaking planned, professionally supervised work experiences related to their on-campus academic programs and career interests.

Writing Program

The Writing Across the Curriculum Program encourages the teaching of writing in courses in a variety of disciplines.  In courses designated Writing Intensive, students use writing as a means of learning course material, and study and practice writing that uses the conventions and expectations of a specific discipline.  Instructors ask students to produce some type of reflection activity, such as a draft of a paper, and hold individual conferences with the student to discuss it.